The tutorial program of the conference allows participants to gain new insights, knowledge, and skills from a broad range of topics in the field of cognitive science. Tutorials cover a well-established and recognized topic in cognitive science, and are delivered by an authoritative figure in the area. Tutorials are held on Wednesday, August 11, 2010, which is the day before the main program begins. For more details, see schedule.
T1. An introduction to Agent-Based Computer Modeling for Cognitive Research
Paulo Blikstein (full-day)
T2. Bayesian Models of Inductive Learning
Thomas Griffiths, Charles Kemp, & Joshua Tenenbaum (full-day)
T4. Dynamic Field Theory: Conceptual Foundations and Applications in the Cognitive and Developmental Sciences
Gregor Schoener, Anne Schutte, & Sammy Perone (full-day)
T5. Nengo and the Neural Engineering Framework: Connecting Cognitive Theory to Neuroscience
Chris Eliasmith & Terrence Stewart (full-day)
T6. The CLARION Cognitive Architecture
Nicholas Wilson, Michael Lynch, & Ron Sun (half-day: PM)
T7. Tutorial on Model Comparison Methods
Jay Myung & Mark Pitt (half-day: AM)
T8. Building Models of Learning and Expertise with CHREST
Peter Lane & Fernand Gobet (half-day: AM)
For further questions, please contact the Tutorial Chair, Duncan Brumby.